Weaponisation trumps skill

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The rate and complexity at which exploits are being "weaponised" is rapidly increasing.

Security practitioners have long preached risk management principles -- and more specifically threat management -- as a way to help organisations understand, rank and prioritise threats against their environment. The key goal of these risk management activities is to balance the cost of ...

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